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Nearly 3,5 thousands of compatriots will move to the Far East in 2017 year - EastRussia | Far East

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Almost 3,5 thousand compatriots will move to the Far East in 2017 year

Last year, 7,8 thousand people moved to the Far East according to the state program for receiving compatriots, this year, about 3,5 thousand former Russian residents and their family members are expected, the press service of the Human Capital Development Agency in the Far East reported on Tuesday ). As noted, residents of Ukraine (47%), Tajikistan (18%) and Armenia (10%) move more often to the Far East. Last year, most compatriots moved to the Primorsky and Khabarovsk Territories, to the Magadan and Sakhalin regions. “Economic stimulus measures are aimed at ensuring that the region becomes a point of attraction for as many people as possible. So that people come here, connect their fate with a promising region, work here, create families. The launch of new investment projects will create more than 83 thousands of new jobs, ”says the message of the Minister for the Development of the Far East, Alexander Galushka. Program participants receive Russian citizenship under the accelerated scheme, lifting in the amount of 240 thousand rubles. and 120 more thousand rubles. for each family member. They are also reimbursed for the cost of travel and transportation of luggage and transport to the new place of residence. Before they get a job, they are paid unemployment benefits. Also provided free medical care and social care, education. The program to assist the voluntary resettlement in the Russian Federation of compatriots living abroad includes the Primorsky, Khabarovsky, Kamchatsky Krai, Sakhalin, Amur, Magadan and Jewish Autonomous Regions. The regional program of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) is being approved by the Government of the Russian Federation.